WASHINGTON — For months, the White House has argued that with coronavirus vaccines, high-quality face masks and COVID-19 treatments available nationwide, it is time to move beyond two years of pandemic emergency living. In March, it published a 97-page “preparedness plan” that it said would “help move America forward safely.”
But all it took was positive test results for several high-profile Biden administration officials this week for the White House to be yanked seemingly back into 2020, frustrating the West Wing, which sees as misguided the focus on a handful of largely asymptomatic cases among members of the political elite.
This week’s headlines have centered on infections contracted after the annual
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